- Vera Institute of Justice
Fueled by new leadership, Vera Institute of Justice was ready to channel the political and social upheaval of the 2010s into a radical repositioning.
- Students Not Products
A study by Human Rights Watch exposing the harm governments and education tech companies are causing children by harvesting their personal data.
- Girls Who Code Annual Report 2021
A look back 10 years and forward 10 years at Girls Who Code's journey championing STEM education and teaching girls to code.
A new website for a non-profit design studio committed to reimagining institutions and public services for all.
- Path to 100K
100kin10 partnered with over 300 organizations to bring 100,000 new STEM teachers into the field in less than 10 years. This is the story of how they did it.
- Generator Z
An ideas lab for teens and afterschool providers to reimagine the future of afterschool.
- The Future of Work and Cities
Three existential forces — rapid urbanization, technological upheaval of our labor force, and climate change — are on a collision course. What’s at stake for the future of work and cities?
- Evaluating College Support
An innovative experiment in scholarships tracks the impact of targeted financial aid on Nebraska's college students.
- What Policing Costs
Uncovering the true cost of policing in dozens of cities across America.
- Health Is Justice
Impact advocacy to change laws and practices that punish instead of promote public health.
- America Off Balance
America's national debt crisis is complicated. America Off Balance breaks it down, explains how it will affect you, and empowers you to solve it.
- In Defense Of
A multimedia platform for public defenders and their clients to share stories and drive action.
- Robert Wood Johnson Annual Message
Ushering in a new era of healthcare philanthropy driven by Evidence, Equity, and Voice.
- Fund for Sarah Lawrence
Positioning a beloved university as a nexus of opportunity.
- Embrace Refugees
The long search for a new home
- Cancer Will Lose
Cancer will claim 600,000 American lives in 2016 alone, but the tide is turning.
- One NYC
- What Works in Girls' Education
The world’s best investment is girls’ education
- The Ultimate Designer's ToolboxWith the flood of new apps, Subtraction asked over 4,000 designers and developers what tools they preferred in 2015 for different tasks in the design process.
- Keeping New York on Track
Keeping New York on track
- GOOD Vitamin AtlasAn interactive guide to nutrition and the human body
- The Refugee Project
Millions of people are displaced from their home due to war, persecution, or violence every year. Explore the causes of the world’s largest forced migrations over the last half century.
- UNICEF State of the World's Children
Inspiring innovation for every child
- Ford Forum
Where markets lead, will justice follow?